The Way of the Seekers

Seeking Jesus is what the latter part of Luke 8 is all about. The people gathered ‘round Him to hear His Word. They were stirred and hungry for the Message. This news reached Jesus’ human family. What they heard bothered them. They were worried about His well-being. “And when his...

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The Word Never Voided

A dying robber. A naked, demon-fueled savage. A prodigal son. These three New Testament characters speak to me about the nature and power of the Word of God.  In particular, I am just now focused on this passage from Isaiah 55: “For as the rain and the snow come down...

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Chain Breaker

“So Peter was kept in prison, but earnest prayer for him was made to God by the church. Now when Herod was about to bring him out, on that very night, Peter was sleeping between two soldiers, bound with two chains, and sentries before the door were guarding the prison....

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‘Let My People Go’

Moses came to face Pharaoh just as he was. By appearances, there was so little about him to recommend his status as a diplomat. He was clothed and equipped with the garb and the tool of a shepherd. He came from the rugged environs of Midian. He had arrived with...

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From This Time Forth …

We know that from the moment we receive Christ as our Personal Savior, we are forever His, forever a new creation, forever a temple of the Holy Spirit, forever hid with Christ in God and also in the Body of Christ. But we also must rehearse, know personally, and even...

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